Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School

Phoenix School

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.

 

Phoenix School Cafe

Phoenix School Cafe

Completed March 2016

M:M worked closely with the Client to develop a fully-fledged working Café to complement and work alongside the school's food tech classroom curriculum. Working with a limited budget, on the site of a Listed Building and on the grounds of a busy school, the project presented a number of unique requirements which drew upon the practice's experience with hospitality projects. The space creates a real working experience for students, supported by a dedicated staff team which compliments the schools' long standing commitment to creating immersive learning environments for their key stage 3, 4 & 5 students to gain skills for future job possibilities.

The opportunity was taken to involve students in the process and included working alongside the art and design classes to produce individual handmade ceramic wall tiles, created by the students and fired at the school's on site kiln. These were incorporated into a prominent feature wall within the café retail space and used as signature cladding along the serving counter, allowing students to feel ownership of their workspace.

Modern concrete and silicon pendant lights contrast against warmer reclaimed timber cladding panels, and soft bright coloured fabric external benches in the externally and at the internal window niche seats add a fun and a lighter touch but remain on brand with current restaurant and café trends. Signature colours are continued through to signage, menu boxes and distinct door handles.

The resource has been well received and is proving a great benefit to the school and student curriculum.